Above and Beyond (Duty Series #2)
Now that Savannah has her daughter, Caroline, back after a frightening abduction, life seems calmer. But that serenity comes to an abrupt end when twenty-year-old Rosemary Allen pleads for Savannah's help after running away from her dangerously controlling father. But her father isn't just anyonehe's Mario Ferrante, the criminal mastermind who oversaw Caroline's kidnapping...more
I have really ...more
So what did we get here? About a third of the book (or more, probably) is about Savannah pining after Major Dane. It was a bit sappy at times, but what really bothered me was the desperation. I mean, I get it, she loves him and wants to be with him. I don't have a problem with that. But to feel depressing heartbreak ...more
This scene is indicative of what drove me crazy: Savannah is up on the mountain, dropping off her daughter in the custody of her in-laws. There comes a moment where she thinks she has been ditched by Dane and she gets very emotional and angry until he reappears. Then they both go to leave and she decides she doesn't want to go and leave her d ...more
However, I will continue with the next book, because I ha ...more
book 2. Otherwise, the story was OK, and am currently reading book 3. This book would be about 2-1/2 stars (rounded to three).
Felt like it was set up to be a link between books rather than a book of its own. Good action.
If you're not familiar with my books, I write mystery-suspense novels. I am LDS (Mormon) and so are some of my characters, but I have loyal readers from many different faiths. My goal is to engage the reader in my books. I want to make them laugh and cry and worry and dread the end.
Most of my books are set in the fictional town of Haggerty, Georgia - which is loosely based on my grand ...more